You can learn a lot about what it takes to succeed in business from the NBA superstar.
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I’m a huge Lebron James fan. Ever since I saw his first game in the league back in 2003 where he went for 25 points, six rebounds, nine assists and four steals in a loss against the Sacramento Kings, I could see he was special.
At the time, Kobe Bryant was the “air apparent” to the person many people believe to be the NBA’s greatest player ever — Michael Jordan. With his incredible scoring ability and in-game prowess, you could see just how much he emulated Jordan.
It wasn’t until James joined forces with Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami that he cemented his greatness, winning two out of four straight NBA Finals appearances.
He went on to return to his beloved Cleveland and finally brought the city what they had coveted for so long — a championship. James and Kyrie Irving in the 2016 NBA finals put on the most incredible comeback in NBA history against Stephen Curry and the juggernaut 73-9 Golden State Warriors. The Cavs came back from being down three games to one, the first time in NBA history that was ever done. Last year, James took his talents to Los Angeles.
Entrepreneurs can learn a lot about what it takes to succeed in business from James. Here are five entrepreneurial lessons from “The King” himself.
1. Teams win games
There is no denying Lebron James’ talent. But like Michael Jordan, it’s wasn’t until he was able to surrou